Ada Rehan: a Study.
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Decorated cloth boards have a blue, grey, and black Oriental pattern on soiled/foxed white background. Both covers have two sets of slits in the center of the covers from a ribbon closure which is no longer present. Covers and extremities are soiled and rubbed. Head and foot of spine are bumped and rubbed. Light green and tan leaf patterned endpp. Former owner's initials appear in black ink on the fly leaf. Text is very clean, embellished with numerous photogravure portraits, all of which are protected by tissue guards. Binding is sound and tight. Nice copy, despite aesthetic flaws mentioned. Digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 003400
Title: Ada Rehan: a Study.
Publisher: Privately Printed, New York
Publication Date: 1891
Binding: Decorative Cloth
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: Second Edition
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Thomas Macaluso Rare and Fine Books
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AbeBooks Seller Since July 21, 2003
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